Birdwatching Walks in the Lake District

David Hindle, John Wilson

This wonderful collection of walks combines the spectacular and beautiful scenery of the Lake District with excellent opportunities to see some of the area's birds and other wildlife.
Date Published :
June 2014
Publisher :
Carnegie Publishing
Language:
English
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781874181675

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Overview
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This wonderful collection of walks combines the spectacular and beautiful scenery of the Lake District with excellent opportunities to see some of the area’s birds and other wildlife. Each walk is designed for all ages and abilities, and for both keen and casual bird watchers, making this lovely book the perfect guide to a wonderful day out for everyone. With helpful guide maps, interesting bird and habitat information, travel hints and a bird reference section, Birdwatching Walks in the Lake District should ensure that walkers really can get the best out of this stunning National Park and its rich and varied bird population.

About The Author
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John Wilson was a firefighter from 1981–2011. He has worked closely with Clean Slate Television on the forthcoming BBC NI documentary, Firefighters: On the Front Line. He lives in Moira with his wife. This is his first book.

REVIEWS
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"Birdwatching Walks in the Lake District by David Hindle and John Wilson is all you need for successful ornithology expeditions and just fun, stimulating walks in one of the most beautiful and most visited scenic places in England. Many poets have described the beauty and been inspired by nature in this area. The authors have detailed 30 walks in the National Park and surrounding areas of Eden Valley and Cumbrian Coast. Their information shows you which bird to look for and their habitats and habits and songs. You will learn background information about the species of the birds and the historical importance of the area of each walk. The color photos of various birds in the last half of the book are beautiful and help you identify and learn about the beautiful foul you see there. A must for anyone hiking in the Lake District of England."

- Bonnie Neely, Real Travel Adventures

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